Category : Leadership

Women’s Leadership: A Journey Through Books

This is the first post in a series of book reviews. Enjoy! 2013 brought us the book “Lean In” by Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook. It was a struggle for me to get through, and although very well written, it wasn’t without its faults. Sheryl grew up and currently lives in a state of privilege,

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Breaking Through Supervisor Stereotypes

Being a supervisor is tough stuff. Even with years and years of supervision experience, it’s still tough. With every year comes new obstacles of supervision. In fact, you might say that every day comes with a new obstacle of supervision, whether it is a student, paraprofessional, or professional, we still face some sort of supervision

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Taking the Reigns

When most people think professional development, they mostly associate it with conferences, webinars, and guest speakers/lecturers. While those are all awesome ways to professionally develop yourself  and gain valuable knowledge that will help you advance in your position, I am afforded a different opportunity. As I sit in the office during mega snow-storm (yikes), I am also

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Leading Versus Running

Over the past few years, my leadership style has undergone more facelifts than Joan Rivers. I admire those who areable to lead and then have people follow them without hesitation. I was in awe of my supervisors, who were confident and able to lead and guide me to be successful. The other day, Eric Stoller

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